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that warning because, with today's technology and the skill we have, there is no reason to lose lives unnecessarily. >> speaking of today's technology, i think we can take a look at a picture from nasa, a picture speaks a thousand words and perhaps few images can define the magnitude of this monster storm than this one, snapped from the international space station. this is more than 900 miles wide, bearing winds of nearly 90 miles per hour. you know, jim, did you ever think you would have an opportunity to really be taking pictures of this massive phenomenon that would include, you know, massive snow amount, blizzard conditions in some ports of the -- parts of the country and fluting in others and high hurricane-force winds? >> caller: if we sat down and i showed you recorded notes and other photographs, having done this 21 years, there is a pattern. i have seen more storms, i have seen bigger storms and i can't tell you why, you but i have been shooting more pictures and brewing more people. i think we have entered a new age of weather. i hope this is the last sandy-type storm we eve
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expected profit of the hotel review side, trip advisor and they're up, moving today. technology and media company, active network, expects to lose money this year and next year, it's down 33%. first solar took in less money than expected and it's down a fraction. and down two bucks. no, that's not a fraction, that's 8%, a disappointing game maker would be glu mobile, glu mobile is down 17%, and look at the clothing maker, guess who-- no, just guess. and two big top executives have left, down it goes, 9%. better than expected the entertainment company rowe v. they are moving today. and back in 2009, president obama said president obama said he could fix the economy in one term and now he says he needs another four years. and former labor secretary elaine chao is next. we'll talk to her after the break. >> we've made real progress the past four years, but, wisconsin, we know our work is not done yet. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where
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have to be at the technology centers and at the exchange to monitor and to basically oversee the technology. you are putting people's lives at risk, a. and, b, a lot of broker dealers who are providing the order flow to the markets, not just in new york but to the nasdaq and to the alternative systems that compete for trading share are going to be closing their facilities to keep their people out of harm's way. so, look, a shutdown of a couple of days to save one human life is absolutely the right thing to do. >> we have heard about the federal authorities and regulators. obviously they would have concerned about these things. how often do calls like this take place, dick? >> you know, becky, the agencies that share responsibility for our capital markets, the cftc, fed, treasury, they are all staffed by incredibly competent people who understand what i said a moment ago and that is while it's important for our capital markets to function and given the fact that america is the global center of trading, it's important to never put that responsibility and that demand ahead of th
't have the technology, it is their fault. they are telling me a slightly different version, actually 180 from that. they point out they thought there was a lot of confusion about the decision to close. they said all of a sudden on a monday we get this thing, we are open. closing the 4 but definitely open. a very clearly communicated message and it sent the street into a panic mode because they really had concerns not necessarily about sending their people which they did but we also point out these firms have remote locations. they were worried about the technology, whether it could handle the volume. they were concerned about a facebook situation. that is what prompted them to say don't do this. they were worried about the storm although the storm hit later monday night after the markets closed but archipelago and whether archipelago really was ready to handle what went down. we should also point out that they basically said the confusion extended even after the decision to close. apparently even after the nyse made the decision to close, after explicitly stating it was opened there were
electronically, but you need people to operate that technology, and you need customers to provide content to the marketplace. what you would have had with simply an electronic version of price discovery is something i think a lot of people would have been very disappointed in. i think it basically would have lent itself to greater market volatility, price dislocation, and no one would have been happy. i think while the markets were ready to go, the customers weren't ready, and the markets reflected that by keeping everything closed. >> so, dick, tell us what we might expect tomorrow. you've been in this position before, to have to check trading, check that you were to ensure you would have an orderly day of trading. what do you think is going on right now at the new york stock exchange? what are they, you know, dotting the is and crossing the ts to ensure that things open without a hitch tomorrow? >> well, the most important thing that we heard from duncan in his interview a bit ago is that he's concerned about customer connectivity to the exchange. i think the exchange unto itself has te
, what are you talking about? >> it's, again shows the diversification, insurance, technology companies, it's medical companies, it's a whole gamut of companies that are down here, and everybody's being very resourceful, working from home, finding other spaces. we're helping them find space, talking to our tenants on an hourly basis literally trying to work with them, work with other companies who may have excess space in our buildings. we have vacant space ourselves and working with other industry trade groups like the real estate board and the alliance for downtown and my association and the partnership to help lend a hand to companies that really need a temporary space until they can move back in. >> getting back to business, is it going to be weeks, several weeks, months, what do you think? what does your gut tell you? >> depends on the buildings. we have one building as soon as they turn the power on at one batt we'll open that up. other buildings down here could take a few more weeks, depends. we're assessing it right now, pumping out the water out. it's hard to give you an estima
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as health of the mother, same thing with the science of technology, health of the mother has become a tool for abortions for any time under any reason. >> so there's a pretty strong argument that there's no one that has ever died in child birth. i don't know what the science is. what do you make of the claims and most people are. >> that's not true. he's been going to the todd akin school of biology, to be honest. in fact, one in 40 pregnancies are he can topic pregnancy where the fertilize tube and results in the loss of the fetus if you don't -- to save the life of the mother. women who have cancer and need chemotherapy, there's a number of reasons. but the point is, this is not where this district is. it's a moderate district of hardworking people and they believe that women, you know, should be trusted to make decisions about their own bodieses and congressman walsh simply doesn't. >> tammy duckworth, thank you. >>> when we return, mitt romney's amazing transformation, you know, to moderate. you're watching "hardball," a place for politics. ♪ this will literally probably never happen
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and by virtue of that technology we can have north america energy independence within eight years. that means jobs. that means jobs here in the energy sector as well as in manufacturing. manufacturing uses a lot of energy. and energy here will be abundant and inexpensive and so manufacturing's going to come back. by the way, energy jobs and manufacturing jobs, they create hospitality jobs and restaurant jobs. this is a big plus for us and taking full advantage of it is going to get us working again. that's number one. number two, number two, just a little background. we're the most productive nation of any major nation on earth. productive means this. it means when you add up the things that are made in america, including all of the service that is are sold in america, you add them up and divide them by the workers in the workforce, the output per person is more so trade is good for us and opening up new markets for trade, selling the goods particularly in latin america, it's a huge, growing market, growing middle class. we could expand there. i want to make trade work for america opening the
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to be on changeover technology. you want to be up fully when you start trading. >> obviously new york prides itself on being the center of the world. that can cut both ways. is it right in your view when there's a storm that hits one city that nobody can trade stocks for a couple of days? >> well, you know, unfortunately still, you know, a lot of the banks, a lot of the biggest dealers are still located here. they play a big role in bringing liquidity. their people provide liquidity in the markets. again, yes, the exchanges are located here. new york is an important place for the trading community. >> what about diversification or changes that we may see to these models going forward? any lessons learned or differences that you would expect in the coming year as a result of this shutdown? >> yeah, i do. the exchanges, both nasdaq and nyse, have duplicate data centers. the nyse, i think, is running on a different power generation. so i think the -- people will, just as they learned, the worst can happen. they're going to double check these systems. probably the second thing is that the dealers as we
't be higher. >>> time toure. technology's come a long way since tim russert famously wrote florida, florida, florida. but what hasn't changed is the path to victory, making the sunshine state our state of the day. >> all that plus the image emblematic of what barack obama wanted from his presidency. it took four years and an act of god to get it. it's thursday and you're in "the cycle." >>> it's another day of slow progress as nearly two dozen states pick up the pieces from sandy. the death toll now stands at more than 80. also rising is the costs. now estimated at north of $60 billion. that's not hard to consider when you look at the incredible damage especially along the new jersey coastline. homes ripped off their foundations. many have simply vanished. carried in full right out to sea. those amazing images continue to pour in. hard to watch and simply hard to believe. nbc's michelle franzen begins our coverage this hour. she's back for us in toms river. michelle is the only reporter to make it into the neighboring community of seaside heights. so tell us, michelle, what you saw there. >
-cap. when you start to see those bull market sectors, not to mention technology sell off, i think you just want to become a little bit more cautious. not bearish. defensive, cautious. >> yeah, you say portfolio managers are doing window dressing right now, jeff. >> they are. you can see some of it. i think it's absolutely refle reflective of what abigail just said. there's a tendency to get away from the cyclical stuff, to go towards the defensive stocks. i'm watching the vix levels here. i think there's a lot of complacency in the market, which is very dangerous. we've seen the market get to this low end. it's almost always been resulted in bad things, sell off time. again, we have all these risks coming up that i think are going to make investing a very difficult road. i would watch the volume levels. i think you're going to see people heading for the exits. >> all right. we'll leave it there. thank you very much. we appreciate it. >>> sandy shutting down businesses throughout the northeast. how is that impacting the restaurant industry supply chain? howard schultz will be joining me nex
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, technology, materials. the s&p 500 down 13.3 points. that was the leadership group. the market ending a shortened week. let's bring in our guests for their take on what went on. with us now, chip dixon, jeff cox, and rick santelli. nice to have you on the program. thanks for joining us. chip, let me begin with you. haven't see you in a little bit. we used to talk long ago when you were at a different firm. welcome back to cnbc. >> thank you. >> you are the director of research discern. what is your research telling you here about where we are in this market and in this cycle for the economy? >> well, it tell us that the housing sector is improving and the residential side. commercial permit activity, which we see, has gone up, it's kind of plateauing. it tells us we're dealing with a lot of uncertainty out there. there's a tremendous amount of pent-up capacity in corporate america if we can just get the right fiscal policies in place. this economy could do well. >> do you think things loosen up after the election when we know who the president will be? >> i think it depends. then we'r
learning, of course, how dependent we are on technology. you know, there are many folks who are without power in new york city, and they're looking for a place to charge their cell phones, to try to communicate with people. you know, it really is -- it's very frustrating when you can't get ahold of people to find out what's going on. well, even our satellite trucks, like ours, are being used by some as charging stations now. people, they try to recharge their phone batteries, but even if you try to recharge them, using them is another matter altogether. the cell towers are now not even working, making it difficult to even place a call or now to use the internet. >>> president obama is expected to arrive in new jersey. that's this hour. get an up close look at the damage from super storm sandy. he will be touring the devastated areas of the jersey shore, of course, with new jersey governor chris christie. although he is a campaign surrogate for mitt romney, big-time supporter of mitt romney, cris christie gives president obama high marks for his response to the storm. >>> we want to brin
designers and engineers, those tend to be very god jobs. growth there. different kinds of technology, information technology. and also retail trade and leisure and hospitality. those are lower-paying jobs. those tend not to be jobs that you can send a kid to college on. often they tend to be part-time jobs as well. so, manufacturing and ali is right, especially in those swing states. health care jobs that have been growing, it's these knowledge jobs that have been growing, there's good demand for. we talk about these numbers, too. when you talk to ceos, soledad, the thing they say is we can't find workers with the right skills for our jobs. politically, we're talking about we need more jobs. but ceos say we don't have the right workers. we have the jobs, not the right workers. that become an education story. >> the numbers we've been talking about, most politically charged numbers here, labor force participation rate that rose 578,000 in october and the labor force participation rate edged up to 63.8%. so there is movement in that number that you were talking about before. how much i
-of-the-art monitoring technologies, are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. back. martha: hurricane sandy now picking up speed as it comes closer to land. the radar showing the megastorm's immense size and its potential to affect some 50 million people. it is coming over some of the most highly populated area in the country. let's bring in rick nab, head of the national hurricane center. good to have you with us. >> good morning. martha: as you've been reporting it is gaining strength at this point. it is it doing anything you did not predict this time yesterday? >> generally speaking, no. we've been forecasting a category 1 hurricane to remain offshore and make this left-hand turn which it has been doing overnight and this morning. it is now getting to an area where waters will be colder, but gets the shot of energy to keep its intensity up. defight -- despite the fact it is making into a poestd tropical system it is not changing impacts and a large system. we'll have several life-threatening hazards and storm surge and heavy rains and flooding and high
of technology and the data available to all the campaigns. if you promised them you go to early vote and haven't, they are going to dog you until you do. >> yes, we witnessed that. john, thank you. john from cincinnati. john, to show you how important this is, mitt romney also in ohio, we're going to go to aetna and listen in. >> 5 million jobs short. those are real americans. can't find work. 23 million in all can't find work or can't find work that is up to their needs, only finding part time work. this is a critical time. the president was a president who took office with the economy as the number one challenge. and, you know, he's got a higher unemployment today than when he took office. think of that. the president of the united states presides over a nation under his leadership where unemployment is higher than the day he took office. and, of course, he said he was going to save social security and medicare because they were headed to insolvency. what has happened instead, he made no effort to save either one. and in fact, he took $716 billion from medicare to pay for obama care. and the
of millions in technology. if we can't beat them at what is a part-time game for them, shame on us. we're very, very confident about our prospects going forward. >> good to see you. glad you are safe in seattle away from sandy. thank you for joining us. congratulations on results. ceo of expedia. >> will sandy rock the vote? we're live in d.c. with the storm's potential impact on decision 2012. "squawk on the street" is back after this. i'm freaking out man. why? i thought jill was your soul mate. no, no it's her dad. the general's your soul mate? dude what? no, no, no. he's, he's on my back about providing for his little girl. hey don't worry. e-trade's got a killer investing dashboard. everything is on one page, your investments, quotes, research... it's like the buffet last night. whatever helps you understand man. i'm watching you. oh yeah? well i'm watching you, watching him. [ male announcer ] try the e-trade 360 investing dashboard. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a
. let's go to tuesday, the day when all the technology and all the polls and everything that, you know, anyone like us says goes out the window and people actually vote. and then it becomes a turnout election. so give us your sense of a turnout election when the two variables are the president's people trying to get their vote out the way they did four years ago, women, minorities, suburban women, and maybe not be able to reach the number they reach four years ago. and governor romney's side clearly dependent on white male to come out and vote. give me your sense of the turnout election, the difficulties in both sides getting their side out. >> well, i think republicans are historically better voters, they tend to show with more frequency, more reliable. my parents were classics, voted all the time in every primary, went to church every sunday all the time. very regular, democrats are more driven by excitement and phenomenon. they have to be turned on to vote. and that's a problem. how many times can you be turned on to the same candidate? so that's going to be a question. i think soci
is an expert in pourencic science, she does all the latest, greatest technology for solving crimes using science and medicine, but she is also a little bit of a sherlock. she has great deductive abilities, a woman's intuition. she is a wonderful italian cook. and she's married to an fbi profiler so scarpetta uses her mind really to solve cases that are almost impossible for everybody else. >> and what accounts for her longevity, for the fact people remain so intrigued by this character? >> i think people just really like her. she is a likeable person. i mean, she -- if you met her at a party you might be afraid of her. if you started talking to her, she would be accessible and interested in you. she is kind but she is a force to be reckoned with. she is who you want to call if something really bad happens. >> i might be afraid of her at first? >> i know because i write about her, she is so smart and i think even i would be a little intimidated because, god, this is like some genius. and she's really reserved. she is a reserved person. she has a very dry sense of humor. i know we're talki
. and you've also had this technological improvement. so you've got retailers now using weather software to tell them, maybe this is a bad week to talk about this, but to tell them, you know, when they should really staff up almost to the hour so they don't have to plan, you know, they can plan it much -- they need fewer people basically. that is one example. but i mean the productivity has really had an impact. >> brian sullivan? >> my take is, i don't know if it's better or worse or just whatever. there are two economies right now. the unemployment rate for people that are over 25 that have a four-year college degree is just 3.8%. it went down from 4.1% to 3.8%. that's basically full employment. we have two economies in america right now. if you've got a four-year college degree the numbers say you can probably get a job. it may not be the job you want but you'll probably be employed. if you own a home you refi you have more money. right? the stock market is up because the fed is basically throwing all this money into it. so if you've got money and you've got assets, unfortunately, you
. it is a really technologically sophisticated architecture for turning voters out. and one thing we're about to see is whose architecture is better. they have not led in an ohio poll in quite a while. they have not led in any of these nbc swing state polls, there are 32 of them according to twitter this morning. if their turnout model's better than obama's which seems unlikely from what i've heard, but if it is, that could change things. otherwise it's hard to see campaigning or another ad is going to do. people have heard it all by now. >> chuck, it's donny. obviously, we're all living through sandy. >> reporter: yes. >> you're in iowa or a wisconsin or an ohio swing voter, how does it play? >> reporter: you know, i think -- i'm guessing yesterday, seeing a roep aepublican and det working together. when you look at what i think has been a very effective closing message up until sandy happened, which was he was simply going to the -- wherever he was going, sometimes it was base counties that he was going to, but his messaging was all aimed at suburban women, in particular, talking about, you
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